I’m a Hooker! The blog posting platform Medium has a useful reading statistics organisation. Unlike on WordPress, it differentiates between people who have clicked on your post, and those who … Continue reading I’m a Hooker! I’m a Sex Worker!
The prostitution debate has a curious texture to it. It is fervently and belligerently held, relies regularly on simplistic, narrow theorizing (and lets face it, basic ignorance), and encourages its … Continue reading How to be a Prude
I like to try, these days, and make a differentiation between classical liberal feminists, who believe using social processes to obtain some murky concept of equality and liberty, and those … Continue reading Thoughts For the day: Isms
So the day before yesterday I moved into my fourth decade. I went to a museum, cooked soggy rice, drank wine whilst watching a film that made me confront my … Continue reading Learning Thirty: What I have Understood About Dissent (nothing)
After socialized and enforced feminization, the thing I find most difficult about society, is enforced bourgeois culture. Of course the two are connected. Literally. Middle class liberals talk about freedom … Continue reading Liberal Choicelessness
When I was kid, I remember the general adult riposte to my regular protestation ‘Its not fair!’ being, ‘Well, life is not fair.’ Yes, the superficial vein was (dis)honest cynicism, … Continue reading Why I Still Support Corbyn, Despite Decriminalization
Originally Published in the now defunct Subtitled Online International film, or world cinema, is largely a sort of genre category utilized by film distributors and retailers in Britain to designate non-British, … Continue reading My Favourite – ‘International’ Cinema